We always face the need to look for disruptive ideas that make us different from others. This sounds like a repetitive background music we hear to stay alive in the ever-faster changing market. The decision criteria from our clients, their needs, the product/service offer channels, the competitors are all changing. Same song as always, isn’t it?
When the market challenges our company with this question, we must be able to answer it quickly and clearly. If we cannot, we must work to reinvent ourselves until we can.
With start-ups’ permission, all organizations have a past that can act as an engine or as a burden; there is not middle ground. Faintheartedness is rarely seen in enduring companies. When past becomes a burden strong enough to make our company sink, it is time to let it go. We are not thinking about eliminating wisdom –in other words, firing … Read More
When someone travels with his eyes wide open he discovers things that can’t be found even in the best guides. Sometimes the most fascinating thing when travelling is to discover people: their conducts, their ways of proceeding. Feeling different and question ourselves about these differences is, at least, an enriching exercise.
Imagine the following situation. The ten members of a working team have known each other for a long time, they share similar opinions and points of view, generate open and creative discussions on the issues that concern them and achieve good business results. Communication flows without effort or misunderstandings. They are clearly a high performance team.